Tooth Tissues for a Toddler’s Toothy Grin

My two-year-old loves to parade around the house with his toothbrush in hand, brushing away at his teeth. And although he is usually rather excited when it is time to brush his teeth, he does have those occasional cranky mornings and late nights, when he does not want me to come near him with his toothbrush. And as many of you parents know, a stubborn two-year old can put up quite a fight.

But thankfully, on those days when he decides to exert his toddler independence, I can reach for my Tooth Tissues, which help me to quickly and gently remove decay causing plaque from his teeth. Although they were designed to use after a baby’s feedings, in between brushings and after meals-on-the go, I do also use them when my son refuses to brush his teeth.
Tooth Tissues

Invented by two dentists to use on their own children, Tooth Tissues are disposable textured dental wipes especially designed to help remove plaque from baby and toddler’s teeth and gums. Tooth Tissues are perfect for busy new parents eager to get their child off to a healthy start.

Formulated with xylitol – a natural cavity fighter, Tooth Tissues can be used with confidence because they are 99% natural, fluoride and paraben-free.

I like to keep mine in my purse to use when we are on the go, especially after my children have been to a birthday party snacking on sweets. I also use them often with my 7 month old after his feedings.

They are easy to use and they really do leave your mouth feeling fresh and clean. Yes, I use them on my own teeth as well.

Younger children consume a lot of milk, juice and other sweetened beverages. They walk around with their sippy cups, sometimes for large chunks of the day. They fall asleep after nursing or feeding on a bottle. The sugars in these beverages feed bacteria into the mouths. The bacteria produces acids which attack the teeth and cause decay. Prevention is important!

With Tooth Tissues you can help to maintain your child’s healthy smile while also promoting proper oral hygiene. Now that is something to smile about!

If you would like to win a pack of Tooth Tissues, please leave a comment below. We have two packs to give away. We will select our winner on Saturday, November 8th.


  1. Erica says

    These are great for those on-the-go moments. Shoot, I’m a teacher; I could use them after lunch at school, too! Thanks for introducing us to them. Or them to us… :)

  2. says

    This would be a great way to break Li’l Empress in to the idea and practice of dental hygiene. Apparently, it wasn’t a huge priority in the foster home she came from . . . and I’m not wanting a battle now every time I get a whiff of her formula breath!!!!

  3. says

    Oh, thank you so much! Our dentist told me about these a year ago, I couldn’t remember what they were called so I was never able to find them!

    I’d love to win them and if I don’t, I’ll definitly be purchasing them. :)

  4. says

    These would be fabulous to use with my little guy who fights at night when we brush his teeth. This would be great in emergencies after falling asleep when nursing. Thanks for the recommendation :)

  5. Nad says

    Brushing my toddler’s teeth is a real drag. She fights me! I’d love to see if she’ll be more cooperative with these.

  6. says

    I have never heard of Tooth Tissues, but they sound like a fun product to try. Especially with a stubborn toddler, or those mornings when you simply dont have enough time ot hunt for toothbrushes! Do you usually buy them online, or can you purchase them at stores, too?

  7. Laura Harrison says

    This is a perfect product to keep at Grandma’s house for when my little Granddaughter comes over. I am a “yes, you can have a snack type of Grandma” so having these would be very helpful and hygentic!

  8. says

    This is a great idea! I would love to have something like this for my little boy. He LOVES to brush his teeth, but I would like to have it for on the go stuff.

  9. Marlena U. says

    These would be perfect to use with my toddler. Thanks for the chance! m_huston(at)hotmail(dot)com

  10. says

    Wow, Never heard of this before. Sounds great for our toddler and baby in the house. Thanks so much for the chance!

  11. karen c. says

    My son likes to chew on his tooth brush. We haven’t mastered the concept of actually brushing teeth yet.

  12. Kristan says

    my girls love to “brush” their teeth, but never actually get them clean. this would be great!

  13. says

    Wow! Those are so neat! They would be great for my one year old or even my three year old when he refuses to brush! What a great invention!

  14. Aaren says

    What a fantastic idea! I have three children ages 3 and under and struggle with tooth brushing my 17 month old! Haven’t started with my 4 month old, but these would be awfully handy!

  15. says

    I have to admit…this is not a product I would be tempted to buy…but I am willing to give it a try if I win…my mind could be changed! Thanks for the chance!

  16. Kathryn says

    Wow! What a great idea! How helpful would this be with the little one!
    Thanks for the chance to win.

  17. says

    Hi guys! Although I think that dental care is very important, I do not think that these tissues are a solution. They are not “green” at all, making them very wasteful. You can get compact toothbrushes with cases to pop in your purse for on-the-go cleaning. I use Summer brand finger toothbrush. It’s a silicone brush you stick on your finger (if you’re going to put your finger in your son’s mouth, might as well use something you can clean over and over!) It comes with a handy little case. Try it out! :)

  18. says

    What a neat idea. I worry that my kid would grab them and try to wipe the table with them (his latest obsession is CLEANING! I am the luckiest mom in the world)… :)

  19. Sandra F. says

    i could really use this for my 13 month old who won’t let me come near her with a tooth brush, but just loves playing with baby wipes. i think this would go over well with her!!!! thanks

  20. Brandy Jordan says

    Oh my goodness! I’ve had many of those get-away-from-me-mommy-I’m-too-tired nights with my toddler!

  21. Amy says

    Great item – my son is exactly the same – some days very happily brushes them but others outright and stubbornly refuses.

    The website for these tissues says tooth decay for kids is on the rise. I know they would be for my child if he lived closer to his mother in law. She adores her grandkids but gives them all kinds of sugary snacks she’s adamantly sure is “real food” as opposed to nursing milk many parents give babies primarily up to a year. Sugar cereals, french toast sticks. She doesn’t bother too much with teeth because she says they’re only temporary anyway. Meanwhile, our last visit, one of my neices had about four rotten teeth removed – ouch I’m sure.